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Admission Fees for Mercer Museum Admission Fees for Fonthill Castle ROLLO'S FACTS Among the oldest artifacts in the Mercer Museum are a 2,000 year old whale oil lamp and Native American implements dating to 6,000-8,000 BC.
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The first of three Mercer buildings in Doylestown, Fonthill served as a showplace for Mercer’s famed Moravian tiles that were produced during the American Arts & Crafts Movement.
Fonthill Castle, Doylestown: Hours, Address, Fonthill Castle Reviews: 4.5/5 ... while the experience at the Mercer museum and the tile works factory are ‘at your ...
- 525 E Court St Main Entrance is on Rt. 313 , between North Street and East Court Street., Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
The Mercer Museum is directly right next to Fonthill. If you choose to do both the castle and the museum, I believe they can price out a cheaper admission. Fonthill Castle is a gem in the Doylestown area. Definitely recommend to tourists and non-tourists alike.
- (215) 348-9461
Fonthill Castle & Mercer Museum is an enchanting fairytale venue located in Doylestown, PA. The grand spectacle helps fulfill the most lavish of dreams by providing a magnificent fortress with towers and sweeping stairways. The captivating castle also sits within a lush forest providing privacy for large wedding occasions.
- 525 E Court St, Doylestown, PA
Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle, Doylestown, PA. 13,929 likes · 603 talking about this · 14,470 were here. Discover Henry Mercer's Castles in Doylestown.
Fonthill Castle is approached down a long buttonwood tree-lined drive and is surrounded by 70 acres of rolling lawns, peaceful woodlands and a meandering stream. Events at Fonthill Castle are a feast for the eyes and senses: Enjoy cocktails on the balcony of the Terrace Pavilion before descending the curving staircase to dine and dance under ...
Fonthill, also known as Fonthill Castle, was the home of the American archeologist and tile maker Henry Chapman Mercer, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.Despite sometimes being referred to as Fonthill Castle, it is a large house and not a castle.
- Dr. Henry C. Mercer
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- Doylestown, Pennsylvania
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